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Jessica Yee, Registered Massage Therapist




Monday            11:45 - 8:30

Tuesday            11:45 - 8:30


Wednesday        7:45 - 4:45

 Friday                 7:45 - 2:00

I have always loved and believed in therapeutic touch. Since receiving massage therapy from a young age, I knew that I wanted to help people feel better through hands on therapy. Miraculous things happen when you listen to what your body is trying to tell you through your tissues.


In August 2008 I graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy, and since then I have continued to expand my knowledge in Myofascial Release therapy. I’ve completed courses on Myofascial Release Therapy, introductory Craniosacral/Fascial integration, fascial taping, self care through yoga and plan on learning about Visceral Manipulation. I’ve also taken dissection courses that opened my eyes to how the human body looks underneath the skin.


During treatment, I treat tissues with a Fascial perspective. Using a combination of mainly Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy, Swedish massage, and deep tissue work; I learn from the body to see what works best for releasing tension. I also use trigger point release, stretches and compressive work when needed. While working with patients, communication is important, so don’t hesitate to let me know if anything is uncomfortable. My goal for you is to help you feel better: not to make you cry during treatment. 


Being a therapist requires maintenance; physically and mentally. I swim, run, practice yoga and pilates on occasion, and race sailboats. There are always a few books on the go, and my brain is always thinking of the next thing I can learn or cook!


When I’m not at work, I'm out sailing on English bay, or you may see me food shopping or brainstorming about what to cook! I can’t stay away from the smell of fresh roasted coffee beans, or a glass of cold

cider/wine on a hot summer's day!


To book with Jessica please email her at: (Please let her know if you’ve been referred to her by someone)

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